Tarman is a professional oil painter, her artwork, seen in notable places like The LA Times and John Wayne Airport, takes you on journeys to far-off planets with butterflies and astronauts. For her, butterflies symbolize freedom, astronauts embody curiosity, and planets represents discovery. She uses oil paint with luminous, glowing colors and reimagines reality into something unique and beautiful.
Growing up, Tarman was the kid who preferred staying inside to draw over outdoor play, and was known as "the good artist" in grammar school. Her passion for art led her to a design degree at Cal State Fullerton, and post-graduation, she ventured into entrepreneurship. She ran a successful design firm for over fifteen years, bringing designs to corporate clients. Now living in Huntington Beach, California with her spouse, son, and their French Bulldog, Tarman dedicates her days to her passion: creating captivating oil paintings in her studio, continuing to explore and share her vision of freedom, curiosity, and discovery.
Whether you're an avid art collector or someone who appreciates art, Tarman's work promises a unique experience. Don't miss the opportunity to see her work up close at her next show.